Union Bank (CA) suddenly not supported? I have had connectivity issues since adding the account, but today I see a message that the account isn't supported yet.

I have submitted a ticket to Mint (weeks ago) but have not heard a response yet. I added the account about 3 weeks ago. It's never been able to successfully connect. However, today is the first time I've seen the message that the account isn't supported. Anything we can do to get it supported? It's a big problem for me if my mortgage isn't shown in Mint.



Their website may be having problems. I got the same "not yet supported" message for United Bank (WV) yesterday, even though I had been successfully using it with Mint for almost two years. It turned out that United's website was down yesterday morning.
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